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Considered to be a Canadian classic, Hugh MacLennan’s novel, Two Solitudes, deals with a historic view of Québec’s journey as a French speaking people deeply rooted in the Catholic religion and surrounded by a Protestant English-speaking majority. The two solitudes … Continue reading
To read… in light of Zoe Brook’s Magic Realism Blog Hop. If I Could Live My Life Over Again By Jorge Luis Borges.
Super article as part of Zoe Brook’s Magic Realism Bog Hop! Jorge Luis Borges On Writing Short Stories: El Zahir.
The month of snow and strong winds sweeps in my feelings of guilt towards all plants I have neglected and mistreated during the past year. My house plants suffer most during the summer months when I give all my attention … Continue reading
After Wade’s disappearance, cries came in the night, loud infant cries jolting Ari out of sleep. She stumbled to each room of her condo, trailing the piercing wails; certain each time she had at last discovered where they came from. … Continue reading
“A Montreal gas-station attendant was tied up, doused with gasoline and set on fire yesterday.¨ The Montreal Gazette, April 2, 1989 Not the regular guy gasing tonight … Continue reading
New ebook for 8-12 year olds about the importance of family roots. Review it on Kobo and on Goodreads http://www.kobobooks.com/search/search.html?q=9780991794003